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Archive: MESSENGER: – My Angle on Cooling–Effects of Distance and Inclination I

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Archive: MESSENGER: – My Angle on Cooling–Effects of Distance and Inclination II

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Archive: MESSENGER: – My Angle on Cooling–Effects of Distance and Inclination, April 5, 2011 Web Seminar Archive Web Page
Archive: MESSENGER: – My Angle on Cooling–Effects of Distance and Inclination, February 9, 2011 Web Seminar Archive Web Page
Archive: MESSENGER: Staying Cool – My Angle on Cooling–Effects of Distance and Inclination, August 4, 2011 Web Seminar Archive Web Page
Mercury's MESSENGER Journal Article PDF File
MESSENGER Education and Public Outreach homepage

MESSENGER successfully flew by Mercury on September 29th, gaining a critical gravity assist that will enable it to enter orbit about Mercury in 2011 and capturing images of five percent of the planet never before seen.

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MESSENGER: Staying Cool, February 9, 2011

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MESSENGER: Staying Cool, November 2, 2010

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MESSENGER_Staying_Cool,_December__20,_2010.ppt

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MESSENGER_Staying_Cool_My_Angle_on_Cooling_Effects_of_Distance_and_Inclination.p.ppt

November 2, 2010, Web Seminar PowerPoint Presentation

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MESSENGER_Staying_Cool–My_Angle_on_Cooling–Effects_II.ppt

December 20, 2010, PowerPoint Presentation

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NASA Educators Online Network

NEON is a professional learning community, open to elementary teachers, STEM teachers, future elementary and STEM teachers, scientists, engineers, and other professionals who want to support STEM teachers in their important work.

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NASA Explorer Schools

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NASA Teaching Materials

NASA Explorer Schools provides full support for a growing list of NASA education products designed to excite and inspire students in grades 4-12 by involving them in authentic NASA problems, often using NASA data. Currently, NES will be offering twenty classroom activities and lessons (10 middle school, 10 high school) built around NASA’s unique missions.

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